The Rotary Club of Sequim Students of the Months for January, February and March are (from left), Braden Koch, Koda Robinson and Pearl Peterson. Submitted photos

The Rotary Club of Sequim Students of the Months for January, February and March are (from left), Braden Koch, Koda Robinson and Pearl Peterson. Submitted photos

Milestone: Rotary Club of Sequim selects Students of Month

Members of The Rotary Club of Sequim honored three Sequim youths as Students of the Month at the club’s March 18 lunch meeting held on Zoom.

January’s Student of the Month is Braden Koch. The senior at Sequim High School recently received his acceptance to attend the University of Washington.

Koda Robinson, February’s Student of the Month, is also a senior at Sequim High School. He is an Honor Roll student enrolled in advanced placement courses who volunteers at the Sequim Food Bank and tutors math to elementary school students.

March’s Student of the Month is sophomore Pearle Peterson, a homeschool student who is the Boys & Girls Club Youth of the Year.

The Rotary Club of Sequim’s honored students are recognized for their academic achievements, participation in extra curricular activities, good citizenship and their all-round “Good Person-ness,” program organizers say.

Each student receives a letter from the club congratulating them on their personal achievements, along with a Certificate of Recognition for their scholarship notebooks.

Each student was invited to speak, sharing their current activities and future goals including continued education and were given the opportunity to introduce their family members to the Rotary Club.

The public is invited to join the club for weekly lunch meetings noon each Thursday via Zoom. Learn about community projects the club is involved with an about upcoming guest speakers at sequimrotary.org or facebook.com/sequimnoonrotary.

The who’d like to attend a meeting but don’t have the Zoom ID can email to sequimrotary@gmail.com for an invitation.

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